This report highlights key trends in 14 countries that policy-makers should be aware of in their work on the bioeconomy as a means to achieve our common goals for the planet...
The Nordic Council of Ministers is the official body for inter-governmental co-operation in the Nordic Region. It was founded in 1971 and consists of several individual councils of ministers. In practice, responsibility is delegated to the Ministers for Nordic cooperation and to the Nordic Committee for cooperation, which coordinates the day-to-day work of official political Nordic cooperation.
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